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Live at the Festival Hall, Osaka, Japan - November 18th, 1986

Metallica

Type:
Live album
Release date:
November 10th, 2017
Catalog ID:
BLCKND034
Label:
Blackened Recordings
Format:
Cassette
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Side A
1. The Ecstasy of Gold 01:46  
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2. Battery 04:33  
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3. Master of Puppets 08:13  
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4. For Whom the Bell Tolls 04:16  
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5. Welcome Home (Sanitarium) 05:58  
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6. Ride the Lightning 06:13  
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7. Bass Solo 02:38  
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8. Whiplash 04:13  
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9. The Thing That Should Not Be 05:57  
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Side B
10. Fade to Black 07:19  
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11. Seek and Destroy 06:44  
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12. Creeping Death 07:03  
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13. The Four Horsemen 05:03  
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14. Guitar Solo 04:57  
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15. Am I Evil? 03:46  
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16. Damage, Inc. 05:04  
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17. Fight Fire with Fire 04:38  
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Band members
Lars Ulrich Drums
James Hetfield Vocals, Guitars (rhythm)
Kirk Hammett Guitars (lead)
Jason Newsted Bass, Vocals (backing)
Miscellaneous staff
Reuben Cohen Mastering
Kent Matcke Mixing, Transfering, Fixing
Lars Ulrich Drums
James Hetfield Vocals, Guitars (rhythm)
Kirk Hammett Guitars (lead)
Jason Newsted Bass, Vocals (backing)
Reuben Cohen Mastering
Kent Matcke Mixing, Transfering, Fixing
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Given out to customers who purchased one of the Master of Puppets reissues (box set, vinyl, cd, or deluxe cd) at independent record stores.

Recording information:

Recorded live at Festival Hall in Osaka, Japan on November 18th, 1986. Mastered by Reuben Lurssen Mastering, Los Angeles, CA. Note: There's a tape cut during "Fade to Black." Transferred, fixed, and/or mixed by Kent Matcke.

Added by: Derigin Modified by: Terri23
Added on: 2018-09-18 16:21:38 Last modified on: 2019-04-25 21:46:34